Resource Library Articles and Essays Indexed by Art Museum, Gallery or Center Name




By clicking on the name of a non-profit institution in one of the alphabetical sections above, you will locate a source of one or more articles or essays on American representational art with source material provided by the named institution. Many texts are illustrated with photos of artwork. The date after the name of the institution is the most recent date Resource Library has published an article or essay concerning the institution.

To help you plan visits to institutions exhibiting American art when traveling see Sources of Articles Indexed by State within the United States.


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Nabisco Gallery (3/10/00)

Naples Museum of Art (1/18/12)

Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University (8/22/16)

Nassau County Museum of Art (11/17/11)


National Academy Museum (12/13/13)

National Civil Rights Museum (9/15/99)

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum (6/27/16)

National Gallery of Art (10/3/16)

National Museum of the American Indian (2/16/04)



(above: National Museum of the American Indian Washingon, D.C. Photo © 2014 John Hazeltine)


National Museum of Wildlife Art (6/7/16)


(above: National Museum of Wildlife Art, July, 2012. Photo by John Hazeltine)


National Museum of Women in the Arts (3/22/02)

National Scouting Museum (12/16/04)

National Steinbeck Center (8/18/98)


Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (7/1/03)

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art (6/7/16)

Nelson Museum of the West (2/1/99)

Neuberger Museum of Art (2/2/09)

Nevada Museum of Art (11/10/08)

Newark Museum (3/28/08)


New Bedford Art Museum (10/8/02)

New Britain Museum of American Art (3/18/15)

New Mexico History Museum (1/29/11)

New Mexico Museum of Art (12/21/05)

New Mexico State University Art Gallery, Williams Hall (11/10/99)


New Orleans Museum of Art (6/1/09)

New Rochelle Council on The Arts - Lumen Winter Gallery - New Rochelle Library (9/22/03)

Newport Art Museum (11/5/13)

New-York Historical Society (4/12/16)

Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (5/13/00)

Norman Rockwell Museum (10/3/16)


(above: Norman Rockwell Museum, 2023, photo by John Hazeltine)


North Carolina Museum of Art (3/15/04)

North Carolina Museum of History (1/19/01)

North Dakota Museum of Art (12/19/99)

Northern Arizona University Art Museum (1/12/16)

Norton Museum of Art (6/9/16)

Noyes Museum of Art (10/22/09)


(above: Ogunquit Museum of American Art, 2021. Photo © John Hazeltine)


Oakland Museum of California (11/1/07)

Oceanside Museum of Art (6/16/10)

Ogden Museum of Southern Art (7/10/03)

Oglethorpe University Museum (9/28/06)

Ogunquit Museum of American Art (8/4/07)


Oklahoma City Museum of Art (3/5/09)

Olaf Wieghorst Museum (3/14/00)

Old Jail Art Center (11/24/07)

Orange County Museum of Art (1/16/14)


(above: Orange County Museum of Art. Photo 2023 by John Hazeline)


Orlando Museum of Art (3/30/16)


Pacific Asia Museum (12/2/99)

Paine Art Center and Gardens (8/9/11)

PaineWebber Art Gallery (8/26/02)

Palmer Museum of Art (6/8/07)

Palm Springs Art Museum (5/14/10)

Palo Alto Art Center (3/13/03)


Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum (5/31/12)

Parker Ranch Art Museum (2/4/00)

Parrish Art Museum (5/14/10)

Parthenon (10/9/08)

Pasadena Museum of California Art (11/13/15)

Pasadena Museum of History (5/22/07)


Peabody Essex Museum (11/1/07)

Peninsula Fine Arts Center (9/26/05)

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (8/1/08)

Pensacola Museum of Art (9/3/05)


Philadelphia Museum of Art (11/3/15)

Philbrook Museum of Art (5/4/04)

Phillips Collection (7/2/07)

Phippen Museum (5/28/09)

Phoenix Art Museum (11/20/07)


Plains Art Museum (7/23/03)

Plattsburgh State Art Museum (6/27/00)

Polk Museum of Art (7/9/09)

Pomona College Museum of Art / Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College (9/28/07)

Portland Art Museum - Oregon (11/6/07)

Portland Museum of Art - Maine (8/1/16)

Portsmouth Athenaeum (6/24/08)

Price Tower Arts Center (4/30/04)

Purdue University Galleries (10/10/00)

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To help you plan visits to institutions exhibiting American art when traveling see Sources of Articles Indexed by State within the United States.

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